Had to shovel snow today. Nick's weather report:

Originally Posted By: gromicko
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I woke up to a snow covered driveway today. I don’t even have a snow shovel up here (Rocky Mountains). Had to use a gardening shovel. Sunny though.


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Originally Posted By: rcooke
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Sorry for you I live in Brighton Ont Canada many think Canada Snow. Not in my area we usually do not get enough to run a snow machine . I fish from my boat in Lake Ontario every month of the year. 75 yesterday going to 80 today the first full day of fall.


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Originally Posted By: Nick Gromicko
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Wow, maybe I’ll come up to visit just to warm up a bit icon_smile.gif . I’ll see you in January in FL Roy, right?



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Originally Posted By: jremas
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Where in the rocky mountains Nick, did you move?






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Originally Posted By: Nick Gromicko
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About 3,000 feet above Boulder, CO straight up the mountain. The altitude makes my potato chip bags explode as I drive home from the Denver airport. My solution: Open the bags and eat the chips on the way up icon_biggrin.gif .



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Originally Posted By: rcooke
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Feel sorry for Nick he lives in God’s country . A fantastic place only problem they can not get the water hot enough at that altitude to make a good cup of tea . No such thing as three minutes eggs.


We all have to suffer a little bit .
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Originally Posted By: cnordby
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Hi Nick…I dunno…snow sounds a bit better than rain. We get drizzles, sprinkles, showers, rain and downpours. Basically it is all the same. R A I N. I am possibly looking for another place to move too. Thinkin’ Scottsdale…



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Originally Posted By: tallen
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Cheryl,


If your moving to Scottsdale you wont have to worry about the rain <9" per year. However, the 117 degree days are not much fun.


I grew up in Salem Oregon it rained all the time. I like that better than the heat we get here. When they say “it’s a dry heat” picture a hairdryer blowing in your face icon_biggrin.gif



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Originally Posted By: cnordby
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yes but the heat…isn’t it only a couple months? And the rest of the year is gorgeous?



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Originally Posted By: tallen
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Oct.- march is good. I belive we had 100+ days over 100 last year. This year was much better.



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Originally Posted By: tallen
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Be sure to take some pics of green trees, berry bushes etc. For when you get home sick. icon_lol.gif



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Originally Posted By: cnordby
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lol! funny Todd. I know…we do have lots of green in Seattle. but…these grey days can get on the nerves. I want Nicks job…he gets to travel all over. When he gets tired of the snow…he can go to the sun.



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Originally Posted By: cnordby
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Bisbee and Ahwatukee sound like interesting places in Arizona…Todd do you know anything about them? eusa_whistle.gif



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Originally Posted By: tallen
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No not much. Sorry.



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Originally Posted By: tallen
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Here ya go.


http://www.bisbeearizona.com/



http://www.ahwatukeeliving.com/


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Originally Posted By: Blaine Wiley
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Hey Nick, I don’t own a snow shovel either icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif


Originally Posted By: cnordby
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thanks Todd icon_biggrin.gif


oops......didn't meant to call you tood.


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